Brandon Robinson aka ScoopB joined Dashawn Hendricks and Josh Hennig talking Sixers. They dove into the Jimmy Butler trade, but right about the 7 minute mark, things got much more interesting. Give it a listen.
This shit is crazy!!! Please listen Sixers fans!!! Shout out to @Ronald22052148 for sending me this.
— #FIREJimSchwartz #OffenseTrashJuice #4-5 STINK (@realprinceblue) November 13, 2018
This is insanely big if it’s true. A motorcycle accident happening would mean that Colangelo and the rest of the Sixers brass would had to have covered up the details. After the twitter incident that ended Colangelo’s time in Philly, this isn’t out of the realm of possibility. I know Scoop, and I know this isn’t something he would just throw out there unless it had some validity. Clearly after twitter went nuts over Markelle’s free throw attempt heard round the world last night…..something still doesn’t seem right.
Markelle Fultz’s form is quickly becoming the Charles Barkley golf swing of basketball my lord pic.twitter.com/zBVmeNMe8L
— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) November 13, 2018
This new information, paired with the fact that Drew Hanlen and Fultz are no longer speaking to one another, is starting to point to something much bigger.
Markelle Fultz and Drew Hanlen are no longer working together or on speaking terms, according to league sources. No word on why the two parted ways, but their relationship deteriorated about three weeks ago. Prior to this falling out, Fultz spent the summer training with Hanlen.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) November 13, 2018
Possibly Markelle’s camp is no longer speaking to Drew after this tweet where he hints that Markelle’s health is still a major issue.
Markelle Fultz trainer and shooting coach Drew Hanlen arguing with Kyle Kuzma trainer Clint Parks. Hanlen Sneak disses Kyle Kuzma 👀👀👀 #DrewHanlen #sixers #Lakers #KyleKuzma #ClintParks #beef pic.twitter.com/jlQlKH7NBu
— JordanThrilla (@JordanThrilla) November 5, 2018
If this story has real legs, the truth will find it’s way out sooner rather than later. If you don’t follow Scoop on Twitter, you should. Great NBA coverage and insight @ScoopB